Japanese soldier (World War II)

Japanese soldier (World War II)

Highly committed Japanese soldiers fought primarily at the Asian and Pacific theaters of the Second World War.

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Japanese soldier, Japanese, soldier, world war, infantryman, armed

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  • At which theater of war did the majority of Japanese soldiers fight during WWII?
  • What did the Imperial Japanese Army's flag symbolize?

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